Mosquitos Under Control, At Least for Now
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Mosquitos are a problem with which many are familiar. A flurry of social media posts and anecdotes on the subject were exchanged in recent days among neighbors in the northern sections of the county.
K-9 Team Lived a Dog’s Life
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When Charles “Chalie” McGlinn left his career as a Philadelphia police officer he took a piece of his work home with him – a living, breathing piece.
Thornton - Middle's Future is Bright with Norris
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Beginning with his service on the Middle Township School Board and continuing through his first term on Township Committee, Jim Norris has proven his dedication to good government and providing great municipal services.
Sea Isle Residents Lobby City on Improvements
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Residents took the opportunity during the public comment portion of the city council meeting Sept. 27 to enumerate various concerns that they suggest would enhance life in Sea Isle City.
Bridge Repairs Cost Nearly $12M; Alcohol OK’ed at Amanda’s Field Events
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Repairs to five bridges throughout Cape May County won a Bridgeton firm four contracts that total nearly $11.9 million from the Board of County Commissioners Sept. 27.
New ACE Meters Enable Time of Use Pricing for Electricity
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In recent years, there’s been a push across the country for electric utilities to move to what is known as “time of use” (TOU) pricing for electricity. The new Atlantic City Electric (ACE) Smart Energy Network initiative, including the smart…
Ocean Wind Hearing Brings Indignation, Hints of Litigation
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The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) held a required public hearing Sept. 29 concerning the petition from Ocean Wind LLC to have the board overrule the Cape May County Board of Commissioners regarding transmission cables crossing county land.
Locals Organize for Ukraine
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A new group, Cape May Shelters Lutsk Inc. held another fundraiser to help support victims of the Russian attack on Ukraine Sept. 25.
Lower Police Acquire a Drone
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In 2021 the Lower Township Police conducted a study into the potential use of unmanned aerial systems (UAS).
Prosecutor Adds Charges Against H2oi Driver
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COURT HOUSE – The Prosecutor’s Office announced increased charges for Gerald White Sept. 29. White, 37, was previously arrested after he drove his 2003 Nissan into a crowd and collided with another vehicle, killing a bystander and the other driver.
September 2022 Birth Announcements
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Birth announcements provided to the Herald for September 2022.
Wildwood Residents Show Up to Demand Answers, Solutions
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It was standing room only in the Wildwood Board of Commissioners meeting room, Sept. 28. Citizens turned out in droves to both praise the Wildwood police for their work and complain that the city did not adequately prepare for the…
Cooling Tower at B.L. England to be Imploded Sept. 29
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An implosion is planned for the B.L. England cooling tower Sept. 29 at 9:30 a.m, according to details supplied by the demolition company.
Rutgers Poll: 46% Support Sex Ed in Elementary School Statewide
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According to a Rutgers-Eagleton poll released Sept. 21, 88% of New Jersey adults support sexual education being taught at the high school level.
Indictments Filed Sept. 27
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A Cape May County grand jury handed up 17 indictments Sept. 27.
Fishing Line for Sept. 28
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If you check the calendar it says September. When I was checking the fishing reports I thought we may still be in May.
Join Calvary Chapel for a Weekly Bible Study in Seaville
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The Wrap: Wildwood Chaos, New Offshore Wind Targets, Monarch Populations
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Get ‘The Wrap,' our take on the news of the week, in your inbox every Tuesday.
Driver of BMW Arrested in H2oi Golf Cart Crash
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After videos of a BMW colliding with a golf cart racked up thousands of views on social media platforms, county officials announced the arrest of the driver who caused the accident on the night of Sept. 24.
2 Dead After Chaotic Weekend in Wildwood
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Methodist Churches Face Tough Decisions
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A national trend of liberalizing social beliefs in the United Methodist Church is making its way to Cape May County.
2 Dead After Chaotic Night in Wildwood
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At least two are dead after an unsanctioned car rally in Wildwood grew reckless late Sept. 24.
Across CMCo, Pinelands Wins More Business
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COURT HOUSE – Towns across the county have been switching trash pick-up companies ahead of 2023. The changes come after Gold Medal Environmental (GME) informed municipalities they weren’t paying enough last spring.
Police Push Recruitment in Cape May
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In Cape May, Chief Dekon Fashaw unveiled part of his department’s effort for the City Council on Sept. 20.
CG Recruits to Spend Holidays with Local Families
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Operation Fireside 2022 will return in the traditional manner used for the 39 years before the pandemic.